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RTA: Regional Transit Authority Input Session May 2 in Rochester

April 28th 2018

  RTA: Regional Transit Authority Input Session May 2 in Rochester Rochester, MI-  The Regional Transit Authority of Southeast Michigan (RTA) has announced plans to engage Southeast Michigan residents to gather their feedback and opinions to move regional transit forward. Through a series of six community meetings across southeast Michigan and an online survey, the […]

SEMCOG Seeking Input for Regional Transit Plan

July 5th 2017

SEMCOG Seeking Input for Regional Transit Plan (SEMCOG, July 5, 2017) SEMCOG, the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments, is seeking input from Southeast Michigan residents to aid development of the region’s long-range transportation plan. An online tool launched today provides opportunities to identify travel issues, rate approaches to improving the system, and rank overall priorities. […]

League of Women Voters Forum on Regional Transit Proposal Oct. 1

September 25th 2016

League of Women Voters Forum on Regional Transit Proposal Oct. 1 (EVENT page) Bloomfield Hills, MI –  The League of Women Voters Oakland Area is hosting an informational presentation and Question and Answer Session on the Regional Transit proposal that will be on the Nov. 8 ballot. Saturday, October 1, 2016 10 AM Bloomfield Township […]

Regional Transit Briefing for the Public Sept. 14 in Birmingham

September 3rd 2016

Regional Transit Briefing for the Public Sept. 14 in Birmingham (Event Page) Birmingham, MI –   On Wednesday, Sept. 14 from 7pm to 8:30pm transit activists will share information on the Regional Transit Plan that will be on the Nov. 8 ballot.    The meeting is at First United Methodist Church of Birmingham This November, citizens […]

Regional Transit Plan Blocked from Going on Ballot

July 28th 2016

Regional Transit Plan Blocked from Going on Ballot (Crystal A. Proxmire, July 28, 2016) Detroit, MI – Plans for a $4.6 billion regional transit system were expected to go to the ballot for a vote of the people in November, but board members from Oakland and Macomb Counties have blocked the measure at the request […]

Regional Transit May Not Make it to the Ballot

July 27th 2016

Regional Transit May Not Make it to the Ballot (Crystal A. Proxmire, July 27, 2016) Pontiac, MI – Efforts towards a regional transit plan could be stopped in their tracks if representatives on the RTA Board from Oakland and Macomb Counties do not vote to put the 1.2 mil question on the ballot. Oakland County […]

Learn About Regional Transit Master Plan June 20 & 22

June 4th 2016

Learn About Regional Transit Master Plan June 20 & 22 (EVENT page) Farmington Hills/Berkley, MI – The RTA Regional Master Transit Plan is a blueprint for creating seamless connections across Oakland, Macomb, Washtenaw and Wayne counties. Want to know more and tell us what you think about the Master Plan? Attend a meeting in YOUR […]

Rochester: Discussion on Regional Transit July 30th

July 17th 2015

Rochester: Discussion on Regional Transit July 30 First Congregational Church of Rochester, UCC Invites you to meet the Regional Transit Authority CEO Michael Ford for a Community Listening Session. Tell the RTA where you need and want to go on transit, from where and how often! Be part of the conversation! Thursday July 30, 2015 […]

Regional Transit Authority Community Open House May 21 in Royal Oak

May 18th 2015

Regional Transit Authority Community Open House May 21 in Royal Oak (event listing, May 18, 2015)   Is regional transit important to you? Where do you want it to take you?   The Regional Transit Authority of Southeast Michigan (RTA) is designing a regional transit system that will provide seamless connections to Oakland, Macomb, Washtenaw […]

Regional Transit Awards to Honor Advocates May 7

April 8th 2015

Regional Transit Awards to Honor Advocates May 7 (TRU Press Release, April 8, 2015) Transportation Riders United announces the nominees of the 2015 Regional Transit Awards! These impressive individuals have shown incredible dedication, creativity, and hard-work in their efforts to improve transit in greater Detroit. For the Forward Motion Award for Most Effective Public Servant, the […]